The Tax Office could make workers pay their own uni fees if they fail.

The Coalition Government has put over 100 CSIRO jobs on the line again.

All Australian governments are being urged to let asylum seekers study at TAFE.

New bulk billing figures prove the ‘Mediscare’ campaign had no basis...

Reports say the first shipment of Australian uranium will arrive in India next year.

The Federal Police have searched Parliament House over NBN Co leaks.

Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) staff nationwide are beginning a fortnight of industrial action.

The Federal Education Minister has indicated he might cap loans to vocational education students.

Tens of thousands of people are trying to stop the Turnbull government from trying to privatise ASIC’s corporate registry.

Danish politicians are heading to Nauru to do what Australian politicians cannot.

Public servants have unleashed on the poor communication skills of their senior managers.

The COAG Energy Council has outlined steps to energy market reform.

Australia’s big banks are caught up in an international rate rigging trial that could cost them billions.

Creative and emotional intelligence will be the keys to robot-proofing the workforce...

Moody’s has reaffirmed Australia’s AAA credit rating.

Simon Birmingham says higher education providers are acting like “petulant toddlers” ...

As legislation to ban greyhound racing makes its way through NSW Parliament, opposition is growing by the day.

The illegal Manus Island regional processing centre will be closed down, at some point.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is looking to cut hundreds of jobs.

Some of Australia’s biggest and most-respected companies have given their views on mandatory data sharing.

The Federal Government's Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) has shifted its gaze to a new Chinese energy deal.

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